Chamberlain was a brand of tractors from Australia, produced initially by Chamberlain Industries Ltd. Harry and David Chamberlain founded the company in 1947, naming it for their two sons. The firm was located in Bendigo, Victoria, where they produced the "Chatterer" - a tractor powered by a Fordson engine.
In 1970, American firm John Deere invested in Chamberlain Industries. By 1986, after acquiring control of the business, John Deere had phased out the manufacture of Chamberlain John Deere tractors.
Today, there are a number of Chamberlain tractors to choose from, including small utility tractors, sub-compact utility tractors, and specialized/industrial models. There are also secondhand Chamberlain tractors for sale on the market.